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  • Marxists.org Publications: Classics in Activity Theory
    had arrived Ilyenkov s work reflects a deep study of classical German philosophy and the writings of Karl Marx Reflecting on the work of the school of psychology originating in the Soviet Union in the late 1920s and early 30s by Lev Vygotsky Ilyenkov gives this current is ultimate philosophical expression The central achievement of Ilyenkov is to unravel the mystery of the nature of the ideal or universal as a product of human activity which allows the formation of a conscious reflection of that activity in the human mind Ilyenkov showed that the ideal is not some ethereal object existing inside the human head but a special kind of cultural product the archetype of which is money Part One of the series of essays Dialectical Logic published by Progress Publishers in 1974 traces the development of the concepts of the ideal through the history of the concept of logic from Descartes through Spinoza Leibniz Kant Fichte Schelling Hegel and Feuerbach In Part Two of this collection Ilyenkov takes a series of problems which lead us to an understanding of Marx s solution to these problems including his treatment of the concept of the general or universal and thus the

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  • Marxists.org Publications: Classics in Activity Theory
    other 13 Order from Erythrós Press and Media PO Box 291994 Kettering OH 45429 0994 USA Alexander Meshcheryakov 1923 1974 was a pupil of Professor Ivan Sokolyansky 1889 1960 who laid the foundations for the Soviet school of research into the subject of deaf blindness In this book Meshcheryakov presents the summarised results of research and experiments carried out over a period of many years by Soviet psychologists and teachers engaged in the rearing and instruction of deaf blind children This serious social problem is discussed with all its psychological educational and philosophical implications Individual chapters are devoted to methods of establishing and realising the opportunities for developing the mental faculties inherent in deaf blind children While shaping and developing childrens mental capacities when chances for communication were so severely restricted and the children concerned suffered from such serious sensory malfunctions the author took a new look at theoretical problems of the emergence of the human mind From its beginning the School of Soviet psychology around Lev Vygotsky Alexander Luria and Alexei Leontyev had focused on education in general and education of the disabled in particular These problems were the mahor challenges facing their country at the time and also

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  • Marxists.org Publications
    the distribution for the Marxists Internet Archive Institutional purchasers can send a purchase order to Erythrós Press and Media PO Box 291994 Kettering OH 45429 0994 USA and we will send you an invoice with the order Please include an email contact with your order If as an individual you do not wish to use PayPal please send a cheque to Erythrós Press and Media PO Box 291994 Kettering OH

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  • Administrator's Handbook (I)
    is a directory named 01 December is 12 and so on The document that you have transcribed is then put inside the proper year month directory So how do you name that file Important Note Use only standard characters and numbers in file or directory names do not use any spaces use a hyphen instead do not put any kind of punctuation in the filename Keep all letters lowercase These things are very important to follow to keep the server working properly File naming system Single page documents which we generally consider to be any file under 50 KB are named for the date they were written If a document was written on the second day of January 1951 the file name is 02 htm It is easy but there are variations multiple documents written on the same date books written over years and the examples below show examples of where documents belong Feel free to refer to the Che Guevara or Fidel Castro archives which have various examples of this in practice For Single Page Documents Written 1905 January 9 1905 01 09 htm If a second document is written on the same date 1905 01 09b htm 1905 01 09c htm etc If written date is over multiple dates list it when the document was completed For example 1905 January 20 22 1905 01 22 htm If a file is an abstract i e not a full document but only selections of that document for example written in 1959 on April 18 1959 04 18 abstract htm If there is no known date 1 If it is a newspaper article that was clearly written about when it was published then name it for the date published 2 If the publishing date is unreasonable i e clearly sometime after it had been written a if the year and month of the document is reasonably known then place it in the appropriate year month directory Name the file with the document s title Do not include the words on the in etc b if the month is unknown make a misc directory in that year and name the document as above c if the year is unknown create a misc directory inside the main archive and name the document as above For Books Pamphlets Multi page Articles We try to make all documents over 50 KB i e about 25 pages on paper into a book for easier reading Every book has its own directory which is named with the title of the work without the words on the in etc If the book was written within a single month such as On the Freedom of the Press 1842 May 1842 05 freedom press If the book was written over a period of months or years put the work in the year it was finished for example for the work The Civil War in France written from July 1870 to May 1871 1871 civil war france index htm All chapters

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  • Soviet Copyright (1961)
    work constitutes one complete whole or consists of parts each of which can stand by itself Each of the co authors retains copyright over any separate part of a collective work produced by him which is of value by itself SECTION 100 Copyright of juridical persons Copyright in works produced in the course of employment Juridical persons may acquire copyright in the cases and within the limits set out in the legislation of the USSR and Union Republics Where a work is produced in the course of performance of service in a scientific or other organisation the copyright belongs to the actual author The method by which the organisation may utilise such work and the cases in which the author is entitled to receive royalties are laid down by the legislation of the USSR and Union Republics SECTION 101 Use of the author s work by other persons The use of works by other persons is permitted solely on the basis of a contract with the author or his heirs except in the cases laid down by law Standard contracts for the use of works publication production of performance cinema production and other author s contracts are approved by the procedure laid down in the legislation of the USSR and the Union Republics Any term of a contract made with an author under which he is in a worse position than he would be under the law or the standard contract is void and is replaced by the appropriate provision of the law or the standard contract SECTION 102 Translation of works into other languages Every published work may be translated into a different language without the consent of the author but upon notification to him and provided the original meaning and integrity of the work is preserved The original author acquires a right to royalties for the use of his work in translation in the other language in the instances laid down by the legislation of the Union Republics The translator acquires a copyright in the translation made by him SECTION 103 Use of a work without the author s consent and without paying royalties An author s work may be used in the following cases without his consent and without paying royalties provided the author s surname and the source from which the material is taken are stated 1 the use of the published work of another person to produce a new and original work except the adaptation of a narrative work to a drama or film or vice versa or the adaptation of a dramatic work to a filmscenario and vice versa 2 the reproduction in scientific and critical works educational and political educational editions of various published scientific literary and artistic works or extracts therefrom within the limits laid down by the legislation of the Union Republics 3 information in periodicals films radio and television broadcasts about published works of literature science or art 4 reproduction in newspapers in the cinema on radio or television of

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  • Creative Commons Legal Code
    to make such modifications as are technically necessary to exercise the rights in other media and formats All rights not expressly granted by Licensor are hereby reserved 4 Restrictions The license granted in Section 3 above is expressly made subject to and limited by the following restrictions You may distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform the Work only under the terms of this License and You must include a copy of or the Uniform Resource Identifier for this License with every copy or phonorecord of the Work You distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform You may not offer or impose any terms on the Work that alter or restrict the terms of this License or the recipients exercise of the rights granted hereunder You may not sublicense the Work You must keep intact all notices that refer to this License and to the disclaimer of warranties You may not distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform the Work with any technological measures that control access or use of the Work in a manner inconsistent with the terms of this License Agreement The above applies to the Work as incorporated in a Collective Work but this does not require the Collective Work apart from the Work itself to be made subject to the terms of this License If You create a Collective Work upon notice from any Licensor You must to the extent practicable remove from the Collective Work any reference to such Licensor or the Original Author as requested If You create a Derivative Work upon notice from any Licensor You must to the extent practicable remove from the Derivative Work any reference to such Licensor or the Original Author as requested You may distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform a Derivative Work only under the terms of this License a later version of this License with the same License Elements as this License or a Creative Commons iCommons license that contains the same License Elements as this License e g Attribution ShareAlike 2 0 Japan You must include a copy of or the Uniform Resource Identifier for this License or other license specified in the previous sentence with every copy or phonorecord of each Derivative Work You distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform You may not offer or impose any terms on the Derivative Works that alter or restrict the terms of this License or the recipients exercise of the rights granted hereunder and You must keep intact all notices that refer to this License and to the disclaimer of warranties You may not distribute publicly display publicly perform or publicly digitally perform the Derivative Work with any technological measures that control access or use of the Work in a manner inconsistent with the terms of this License Agreement The above applies to the Derivative Work as incorporated in a Collective Work but this does not require the Collective Work apart from the Derivative Work

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  • MIA Administrative Pages: Charter and ByLaws
    Steering Committee A General B Consensus C Voting D Library and Marxist Writers E Selected Marxist Writers 3 Administrative Committee A Responsibilities B Eligibility 4 Secretarial Committee A Responsibilities B Election Administrator s guidlines Part I 1 Mentoring of New Volunteers and Quality Control 2 Use of MicroSoft Word 3 Directory File Structure 4 Bibliographical Information Administrator s guidlines Part II 5 Links 6 Scripting 7 Style Sheets 8 Markup

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  • Marx and Engels Collected Works
    M E 1851 53 including Eighteenth Brumaire 1979 Volume 12 M E 1853 54 mainly on British Colonialism 1979 Volume 13 M E 1854 55 re Revolutionary Spain and Crimean War 1980 Volume 14 M E 1855 56 incl material on British politics and Crimean War 1980 Volume 15 M E 1856 58 mainly Europe and India 1986 Volume 16 M E 1858 60 mainly events in Europe 1980 Volume 17 M E 1859 60 including Herr Vogt and military matters 1981 Volume 18 M E 1857 62 Articles for Encyclopaedia 1987 Volume 19 M E 1861 64 including material on American Civil War 1984 Volume 20 M E 1864 68 including Value Prices and Profit 1985 Volume 21 M E 1867 70 re International Workingmen s Association 1985 Volume 22 M E 1870 71 re Fanco Prussian War 1986 Volume 23 M E 1871 74 re International Bakunin Housing Question 1988 Volume 24 M E 1874 83 Crit Gotha Prog Utopian Scientific 1989 Volume 25 E Anti Dühring Dialectics of Nature 1987 Volume 26 E 1882 89 including Origin of the Family etc 1990 Volume 27 E 1890 95 re Europe 1990 Volume 28 M Economic Works 1857 1861 1986 Volume 29 M Economic Works 1857 1861 1987 Volume 30 M Economic Works 1861 1863 1988 Volume 31 M 1861 63 Economic Manuscripts 1989 Volume 32 M 1861 63 Economic Manuscripts 1989 Volume 33 M 1861 63 Economic Manuscripts 1991 Volume 34 M Economic Works 1861 1864 1994 Volume 35 M Capital Volume I 1996 Volume 36 M Capital Volume II 1997 Volume 37 M Capital Volume III 1998 Volume 38 M E 1844 51 Letters 1982 Volume 39 M E 1852 55 Letters 1983 Volume 40 M E 1856 59 Letters 1983 Volume 41 M E 1860 64

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